Lesson 1 (from Chapter 1, Introduction)
Chapter 1, Introduction
In this chapter Gurdjieff devotes several pages to the discussion of the the ancient saying "Only he will deserve the name of man
and can count upon anything prepared for him from Above, who has already acquired corresponding data for being able to preserve
intact both the wolf and the sheep confided to his care." He writes that he chose that saying to begin his second series of writings
so it is important to him. The objective of this lesson is to discuss this saying, its ramifications, whether it applies to the students
of the class, their opinions about it etc.
1) Give the class a few minutes to review the pages dealing with this concept of a man embodying "the wolf and the sheep"
then ask if anyone would volunteer to explain the saying. Ask the class if they understand this explanation.
2 ) Have...
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